2 edition of American small businessman. found in the catalog.
American small businessman.
John H. Bunzel
|LC Classifications||HC106.5 .B82|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||307|
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Get this from a library. The American small businessman. [John H Bunzel] -- Describes the economic position of the small businessman and analyzes the reasons for his political behavior.
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A number of years ago I received a letter from a responsible official of the United Auto Workers (AFL-CIO) in which he expressed an interest in my study of the American small businessman and went on to say: "But I challenge your thesis that he cannot be counted upon to support liberal groupings such as organized labor.
For more than ten years, John Steele Gordon has written the widely read "The Business of America" column in American Heritage magazine. Marked by a combination of erudition, wit, and eloquence, Gordon's stories have celebrated the high points, and occasional low points, in the history of business in this country, from colonial days to the by: 8.
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Born in the small town of Willis, Texas, inGarrett showed a knack for business early on. He worked odd jobs, completing the 11th grade in Houston and running his own cleaning business.
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